|Hometown:||Owings Mills, Md.|
|High School:||St. Paul's|
2016-17 (Sophomore) - One of five Eagles to reach 20-win plateau... Tied with Jason Grimes for most overtime wins with four (4-2)... ACADEMIC ALL-EIWA... Went 6-1 at season-opening Southeast Open to place 5th... First fall of season came in consolation semis in 8:30 over Evan Fidelibus of Rider... Beat Doug Gudenburr of The Citadel in 5th-place match... Went 4-1 to place 2nd at Wolfpack Open, dropping 6-1 decision to Kevin Jack of NC State in final... Lone AU wrestler to place at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational, earning 8th after going 4-2... Went 2-2 at Midlands... Had 5-8 record in dual-meet season, with wins over Campbell, Penn, ODU, Mason and Ohio U... Went 1-2 at EIWA Championships, with win coming in first-round wrestle-back triumph over Zeke Salvo of Brown, 3-2.
2015-16 (Freshman) - Wrestling at 141, went 2-2 at Wolfpack Open, including a 1-1 mark against teammates... Beat Connor Borton, 6-3 and losing to Michael Sprague, 3-1... Went 1-2 at the Midlands Championships, with win coming in 4-1 decision oveer Paul Glynn of Iowa in first round of consolation bracket... Placed 4th at Shorty Hitchcock Memorial... Won opener with 5:38 pin of Russell Feye of Sacred Heart before losing in second round... Won five straight in consolation bracket, including pair of major decisions... Lost 3rd-place match to Connor Prince of USNA Prep, 4-3.
2014-15 (Redshirt) - Posted a 7-9 overall record in open competition… Won his first bout as a collegian, beating Cameron O'Connor of George Mason, 7-3... Also won his opening matches at the Cleveland State Open, Lehman F&M Open, Shorty Hitchcock Memorial and the Edinboro Open... Went 2-2 at the Hitchcock Memorial, getting a major decision over Jose Roche over Lafayette... Went 2-2 at Edinboro Open, scoring decisions over Austin Gillihan of Lake Erie and Joel Bowers of Mercyhurst.
St. Paul's School - Two-time National Prep Champion… four-time National Prep placewinner and All-American… USA Junior Greco Roman placewinner and All-American… two-time state champion and two-time state runner-up… four-time MIAA Champion… 2014 USA Wrestling Senior All-American… four-time Maryland State Wrestling Association first-team all-academic… three-time Baltimore Sun All-Metro Wrestling first team… three-time Maryland State Wrestling Association Varsity Top Ranked Wrestler… 2014 Varsity Sports Network Lower Weight Wrestler of the Year… compiled a career record of 191-31… won 17 individual varsity wrestling tournament … helped lead team to a conference championship in 2011… team also placed third in the state in 2011.